One of the strongest, richest offerings in Gurkha's portfolio, Evil was Gurkha's most anticipated release in 2010 due to its full-bodied character and its unique Dominican binder, extra-aged and extra-fermented for a fantastic punch on the finish.
Gurkha is a brand with many line extensions. The company's president, Kaizad Hansotia, focuses his attention on strict quality control and unique, rare packaging. Gurkha cigars are considered some of the most super-premium blends in the world and are enjoyed by society's elite social groups, including heads of state and even the Sultan of Brunei. You can always expect excellent construction and consistency with Gurkha and unique, enjoyable flavors at that.
Gurkha Evil is filled with hearty, Nicaraguan ligeros and really takes your palate for a ride. The cigar is complex from first puff to last, producing ample notes of different spices including white and black pepper, anise and some clove-like influences. As the blend burns, its strength increases, creating a full-bodied experience that you'll feel in your head and gut. The blend's amped up Dominican binder really adds an interesting nuance as the Brazilian maduro wrapper leaves a pleasant sweetness on the finish. Perfectly balanced and one of Gurkha's best, Evil satisfies, period.